WordCamp Calgary 2016 will be held on May 28 & 29, 2016 at Fort Calgary. I have the pleasure of attending this great event again, and this year I’ll be presenting two brand new sessions for the Calgary WordPress community – “WordPress for Podcasters” on May 28 and “Themify Flow – The Last Theme You’ll Ever Need! ” on May 29.
After many months of work, I am proud to unveil my new personal site. I’ve spent almost a year trying to figure out the best way to present myself, and what I wanted to put on my site.
Recently I presented my Intentional Use of Technology in the Classroom presentation for both the Alberta Brightspace Ignite conference, and the SAIT Polytechnic Showcase ’15. The slide deck for that presentation can be found here.
My annual Free & Open Source Software donation campaign has kicked off. Lets donate to the free and open source software projects that we use every day, and show the maintainers and creators of those projects how much we appreciate their work.
It seems like every week I am hearing news of another website’s database of their user’s plain text or poorly hashed passwords and other sensitive user data being stolen. Modern web technology makes securely encrypting data so easy to do, that there is no good reason that these websites aren’t doing it besides laziness.
The best and most useful resources that I’ve found this month.
After taking a bit of a break for the summer, I am back with another set of the best stuff that I’ve found during my travels on the information super highway during September.
Apple needs to stop suing Android handset manufactures for making great products, and instead go back to doing what made them so rich in the first place, creating innovative products to blow the competition away.
Here are six great pages that I found while browsing around the web during the month of April.
Facebook is about to start selling stocks on the public market, and no doubt their stocks will be one of the hottest buys ever. Facebook needs to ensure the longevity of their platform and make sure users don’t jump to competing services. What if Facebook were to pay their users for sharing and using the Facebook platform?